Saturday, November 17, 2018

Is there a connection between harlequin babies and reptilian DNA? Is there a connection between Harley Quinn and demonic forces?

There is a video too graphic to be show on ATS of a newborn harlequin baby. Google video search harlequin ichthyosis if you really want to see it. Fair warning though the video is very disturbing, so make sure the kids aren't in the room. Also an image search reveals quite a few examples.

Harlequin ichthyosis is a genetic disorder. First medically documented in the 1700's. It causes the skin to become much like scales. The nose can be deformed to the point of no nose at all, just holes where they should be, and the same with the ears. All in all a child unfortunate enough to born with this horrible affliction does sport 'reptile like' features. If a humanoid reptilian species has interbred with the human species like some people claim, then perhaps something in the mix goes wrong from time to time. Can you imagine what happened to these babies in the Middle Ages? They were probably instantly burned as demons and the mothers were probably accused of 'sexual affairs with Satan'.

All that aside, I think it is within the realm of possibility. Many differing cultures have mythologies alluding to the idea some other species interbred with humanity, including the Christian Bible in Gen. 6:4 (it speaks of the Nephilim who came unto the daughters of men and had children who became men of renown and heros of old) Now whether or not these 'nephilim' were reptiles or not is entirely speculative. But it seem that a long time ago something interbred with humanity. [edit on 16-9-2007 by Viszet Oki]

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Some of these babies do not look at all to be suffering from the same condition as the ones that look reptilian. I find it interesting that when one looks at the origin of the 
Harlequin classic character name, the theme of devils and demons pops up again and again. The character Harley Quinn from the Suicide Squad comics and film was named based on the classic Harlequin character and sometimes wears a shirt that says "Daddy's Lil Monster" or "Daddy's Lil Devil."

The classical appearance of the Harlequin stock character in the commedia dell'arte of the 1670s, complete with batte or "slapstick", a magic wand used by the character to change the scenery of the play (Maurice Sand, 1860) Harlequin (/ˈhɑːrləkwɪn/; Italian: Arlecchino [arlekˈkiːno], French: Arlequin [aʁləkɛ̃], Old French Harlequin) is the best-known of the zanni or comic servant characters from the Italian Commedia dell'arte...

Although the origins of the Harlequin are obscure there are several theories for how the character came to be. One theory posits that the name is derived from a bird with polychromatic feathers called a Harle[4] Another theory suggest that the name Harlequin is taken from that of a mischievous "devil" or "demon" character in popular French passion plays. It originates with an Old French term herlequin, hellequin, first attested in the 11th century, by the chronicler Orderic Vitalis, who recounts a story of a monk who was pursued by a troop of demons when wandering on the coast of Normandy (France ) at night.[4][5]These demons were led by a masked, club-wielding giant and they were known as familia herlequin (var. familia herlethingi). This medieval French version of the Germanic Wild Hunt, Mesnée d'Hellequin, has been connected to the English figure of Herla cyning ("host-king"; German Erlkönig).[6] Hellequin was depicted as a black-faced emissary of the devil, roaming the countryside with a group of demons chasing the damned souls of evil people to Hell. The physical appearance of Hellequin offers an explanation for the traditional colours of Harlequin's red-and-black mask.[7][8] The name's origin could also be traced to a knight from the 9th century, Hellequin of Boulogne, who died fighting the Normans and originated a legend of devils.[9]Cantos XXI and XXII from Dante's Inferno there is a devil by the name of Alichino.[4][10] The similarities between the devil in Dante's Inferno and the Arlecchino are more than cosmetic and that the prank like antics of the devils in the aforementioned antics reflect some carnivalesque aspects.[10]

The first known appearance on stage of Hellequin is dated to 1262, the character of a masked and hooded devil in Jeu da la Feuillière by Adam de la Halle, and it became a stock character in French passion plays.[11]

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Is there a connection between harlequin babies and reptilian DNA? Is there a connection between Harley Quinn and demonic forces?